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and certainly the discussion about the fiscal cliff in washington, d.c. >> now, just so people are clear here, the federal government will assume 93% of the costs of medicaid expansion from 2014 to 2022, that share will decline slightly after that. but this is a pretty good deal in terms of the amount of people you can get covered for the amount of money that you as a state are going to have to pay. after the decision, there was a lot of debate about basically will republican governors be that craven to turn away the money for the sake of political posturing, and a lot of people said, no, way, obviously they're going to come in line. as a person who ran cms, if you're surprised by these decisions or more or less what you're expecting. >> i'm surprised. it did take six or seven years, i think, when medicaid was first passed for all the states to sign on and we may be in some process like that. but it just doesn't make sense to leave this money on the table. these patients don't go away. a state that chooses not to participate in the medicaid expansion still has to somehow meet the needs of tho
.3 million americans out of poverty including 620,000 children. when you think about fiscal cliffs, you should know there's none worse than the fall into poverty. >> you should know the perils of corporate journalism are usually not as obvious as pleasing advertisers and politicians. the most powerful constraints are mundane and insidious. that said, you should know that principal journalists can let their audience know on occasion when something is afoot. that happened in bangor, maine, when a local news anchor team surprised their audience and bosses by resigning on air. >> on behalf of cindy and me, we have loved every moment bringing the news to you and coming into the homes with your stories of the community and the state and some recent developments have come to auour attention and departing together is the best alternative we can take. >> both declined to offer specifics, but he told the news he wanted to know i was being honest and ethical as a journalist. i thought there were times when i wasn't able to do that. all right. i want to find out what you guys think our audience sho
about fiscal cliffs, there's known worse than the fall into poverty. you should know the perils of corporate journalism, the most powerful con -- you should know that principal journalists let their audience know when something is afoot. that's what happened in maine when an anchor team resigned on air. >> on behalf of cindy and me, we have loved every moment bringing the news to you and coming into the homes with your stories and the community and state and some recent developments have come to our attention and departing together is the best action we can take. >> they declined to offer specifics, but said "i just wanted them to know i was being honest and ethical as a journalist and there were times when i wasn't able to do that." want to find out what you guys think our audience should know? >> the first thing is that 98% of the american should have tax relief and democrats and republicans, the president and house and senate agree on that. it's the 2% we don't agree on, and the republicans could hold up tax release for 98% of americans. i think the public also needs to know
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